|8 to 9 am||Registration|
|9 to 9:10||Welcome|
|9:10 to 10:10 am||Keynote by Judy Kay, University of Sydney.
Pervasive and ubiquitous prospects for user modelling and personalisation: extrapolating from project experiences
The User Modelling research community formed in the 1980s. Its founders had a broad and ambitious vision for personalisation. Many aspects of that vision are increasingly being realised. We see them everywhere and every day in pervasive and ubiquitous technology. This means that there are increasingly broad groups that now understand what personalisation can or might offer. And so, it creates new opportunities for research funding, particularly involving multi-disciplinary and commercially driven work that can tackle people’s most important problems.
This talk explores how UMAP researchers can embrace these opportunities. Based on reflections on my Computer Human Adapted Interaction (CHAI) major projects, I will share experiences of successes and failures, the serendipitous wins and unanticipated challenges, the emerging perceptions of what matters in UMAP research as well as aspects that people may not yet be ready for, even if we believe that they are important. The talk is organised in terms of two perspectives: the researchers from the UMAP disciplines; and human needs that are the drivers for personalisation. It presents a rational for building a shared UMAP research agenda, multi-disciplinary, large teams tackling problems that people regard as important and of holding onto, and being able to still work on, the aspects you believe in, even if they are not yet popular.
|10:10 to 10:30||INTUITEL – Intelligent Tutorial Interface for Technology Enhanced Learning. Peter Henning, Florian Heberle, Kevin Fuchs, Christian Swertz, Alexander Schmölz, Alexandra Forstner, Andrea Zielinski|
|10:30 to 11:00||Coffee Break|
|11:00 to 11:20||Tourists’ Dynamic Needs and Affects in Personalised Travel Route Recommendations. Petr Aksenov, Astrid Kemperman, Theo Arentze|
|11:20 to 11:40||Adaptive Interest Modeling Enables Proactive Content Services at the Network Edge. Hua Li, Ralph Costantini, David Anhalt, Rafael Alonso, Mark-Oliver Stehr, Carolyn Talcott, Minyoung Kim, Timothy McCarthy, Sam Wood|
|11:40 to 12:00||The CHESS Project: Adaptive Personalized Storytelling Experiences in Museums. Maria Vayanou, Manos Karvounis, Akrivi Katifori, Marialena Kyriakidi, Maria Roussou, Yannis Ioannidis|
|12:00 to 12:20||Pheme: Veracity in Digital Social Networks. Leon Derczynski, Kalina Bontcheva|
|12:20 to 12:30||Wrap-up before Lunch|
|12:30 to 2PM||Lunch|
|2:00 to 2:20||User-Item Reciprocity in Recommender Systems: Incentivizing the Crowd. Alan Said, Martha Larson, Domonkos Tikk, Paolo Cremonesi, Alexandros Karatzoglou, Frank Hopfgartner, Roberto Turrin, Joost Geurts|
|2:20 to 2:40||PRISE : Adaptive Environment for Consolidated Management of Digitals Resources. Daouda Sawadogo, Ronan Champagnat, Pascal Estraillier|
|2:40 to 3:00||Supporting Workplace Learning in Small Enterprises by Personal Learning Environments. Milos Kravcik, Kateryna Neulinger, Ralf Klamma|
|3:00 to 3:20||Informal Learning at the Workplace via Adaptive Video. Milos Kravcik, Petru Nicolaescu, Ralf Klamma|
|3:20 to 3:30||Wrap up before coffee|
|3:30 to 4:00||Coffee Break|
|4:00 to 5:30||Break-out session and summary|
|5:30 to 6:00||Wrap-up|